Put that date in your diaries writers!
Copies will be available via this site or to download on Kindle. Price TBC.
More details to come so keep an eye out.
Hello, i’m answering publicly for anyone else thinking the same.
Issue #2 will be published at the end of June (PIYE is a quarterly magazine) and an official call for submissions will go out next month HOWEVER, if you’re already prepared you can send your submissions in early. Just follow the guidelines on the site and if you run into any problems or have any questions feel free to email us.
Hope that helped.
Sorry we’ve been AWOL the past week or so but there’s been a lot going on. Let me fill you in.
- PIYE Issue #1 is still in the works. We’re just finishing up with the design and then it’ll be sent to the printers and put on Kindle.
- Writers will have the opportunity to take part in our YouTube campaign which will launch in conjunction with the magazine. More about that in the next few days.
- Promotion for PIYE will start in earnest in the next week or so, we’re hoping to get the word out to an even wider audience and are considering inviting people to become a part of a PIYE street team. All it would entail is putting up posters in your area and spreading awareness through blogs, Twitter, Facebook and word of mouth. Would anyone be interested?
- A call for submissions for issue #2 will start officially on 1st May, however, we suggest that you get thinking/writing now so you’re well prepared.
- PIYE has only one aim - to help writers. Therefore, if you have any creative projects, writers blogs or publications that would benefit from being promoted on this site then drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Look out for more updates and, as always, if you fancy a chat you know where our ask box is!
Just a quick note from us to let you know that we’ll be finishing with the design of the anthology next week and after that it will be sent to the printers so we expect it to be ready for launch by the end of the month.
Luke and I are currently away visiting a friend but if you have any queries or comments feel free to message/email us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Just so you know.
To all of the following writers -
Azra Tabassum – Whatever happened to goodbye (Prose)
Joanne Hammadi – Spoons (Prose)
Francesca Lewis – Attitude Problems (Poem)
August Inamere – First True Love (Prose)
Ben Henry – The Tale of Thiandra-Rose (Prose)
Darryl Mills – Untitled (Prose)
Jonathan Taylor – Dark Matter (Poem)
Eleanor Bryce – Waterfall (Prose)
Christopher Hicks – Astral Projection (Poem)
Thomas Whitehouse – oRb (Prose)
M C Maw – Lovers Roost (Prose)
Natalie Beech – 9 Spoons (Prose)
Mark Howson – Nine To Five (Prose)
Jodie Neary – A Split Second Later (Prose)
Jessica Mayhew – Rasputin The Diver (Prose)
Claire Walker – Burn (Poem)
Michael Holloway – Flowers For The Dog (Prose)
Paul Caudell – London In Rain (Poem)
Jonathan Margetts – Toothpaste Marbles (Prose)
Leonie Sturman – Footprints (Prose)
Alex Neumayer – Head (Poem)
Naomi Schulke – Untitled (Prose)
Charlie Benson – Nanny (Poem)
Owen Townend – Godwin’s Shopping Day (Prose)
Hannah Legood – The Art Of Taking A Bow (Prose)
Riley Duvel – I’m Bic (Prose)
Alexandra Wolfe – Fred The Spider (Prose)
Jack Oughton – Off Grid (Poem)
Yvonne Carsley – Death Walking (Poem)
Katharina Maria Kalinowski – Steeplechase (Poem)
Fikayo Francisca Balogun – Deep Down Inside (Poem)
Rachel Betteridge – Severed Souls (Prose)
You will all be published in the first issue of PIYE! We will be in contact over the next few days to discuss editing and illustration.
We received excellent submissions from all of you and to those that didn’t make it into this issue - don’t despair! There’s always next time.
That is your deadline for PIYE issue #1.
Submissions after the closing will not be considered so please don’t miss out.
Send your prose (300 words) or poem (30 lines) plus a submission form (this) to PIYEHUB@GMAIL.COM
Best of luck writers, see you on the other side!
Get your submissions in by midnight tomorrow (29th) for a chance to be published in our first issue.
- Completed submission form which can be found here or obtained from us, just email PIYEHUB@gmail.com.
- 300 words of prose OR 30 lines of poetry (word count is negotiable in some circumstances.)
- An understanding of our terms and conditions which are laid out here.
Don’t miss out writers!
Hello writers, how are you all?
Just to let you know that i’m currently pricing up printing cost but have run into a little problem. I have no idea how many copies we will need!
So I have a few questions for you all…
- Would you rather buy a print copy or buy through Kindle?
- Would you be willing to buy even if your work is not included in the anthology?
- What is the maximum you would be willing to pay?
These are just so Luke and I can get quotes, we want to find the cheapest possible printers without sacrificing quality.
Please leave your answers in a reply, thanks.
P.S. Don’t forget the deadline for submissions is Feb 29th! Don’t miss out!
I’ve just remembered this really cool book from my childhood but I can’t remember the title! Some teenagers get trapped in a cave and are slowly picked off by a creature from another dimension.
There is also a witch, pig henchmen, tar and ice cream…
Anyone read it too?
We’ve been hit with a wave of submissions so we’ve been kept busy. Aside from reading through them we’ve also been looking at the layout for the anthology and will have some updates about that soon.
In the meantime, all we ask is that you continue to reblog our posts and send in your submissions. There’s only a week to go so don’t miss out!
If any of you have any questions please feel free to drop us a message in our ask box or email.